Generics Bulletin Executive Editor Dave Wallace has more than 10 years' experience of reporting on the global generics, biosimilars and value-added medicines industries. Having begun his career in the European chemicals industry, Dave has now spent over a decade with Generics Bulletin, becoming editor from 2018. Bringing his background and education in law to bear on industry litigation as well as national legislative and regulatory affairs, he also keeps a close eye on corporate strategy, personnel moves, and product pipelines. A regular delegate to industry events and conferences, he has a particular interest in local market developments, maintaining close links with national industry representatives. He also organizes and acts as a judge for the annual Global Generics & Biosimilars Award.
Latest From David Wallace
A European Medicines Agency pilot scheme offering tailored scientific advice on biosimilar development has been viewed by applicants as a “valuable opportunity” and the process will continue as part of regular operations, according to an agency report.
Generic and biosimilar medicines must become central to European healthcare policy as the region looks to rebuild in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Medicines for Europe’s new president, Rebecca Guntern of Sandoz, tells Generics Bulletin in an exclusive interview.
After 180 Life Sciences recently struck a deal with Korea’s Celltrion to support its work in repurposing off-patent biologics, CEO Jim Woody speaks to Generics Bulletin about what the collaboration means for the company and its next steps.
A continuing lack of legal certainty continues to plague suppliers to the Northern Ireland market despite the latest proposals from the EU Commission, UK and European off-patent industry leaders Mark Samuels and Adrian van den Hoven tell Generics Bulletin.
With multiple US biosimilar applications held up by the FDA’s inability to conduct necessary inspections in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the agency tells Generics Bulletin that it is “actively working” on a solution.
Value-added medicines specialist Hyloris has announced launch plans for its Maxigesic IV analgesic in the UK and Ireland after receiving approvals for the intravenous paracetamol/ibuprofen solution. The nods follow two deals aimed at bolstering the firm’s pipeline.